The Community Resource Unit (aka CRU) is running some more NDIS Participant Readiness events throughout November and December.
They’ll be held at Sunnybank, Springfield Lakes, Kenmore Hills, and Fortitude Valley.
It’s been a fun-filled few months for the NDIS since the the start of the 2016-17 financial year. While progress has been made, it’s been far from smooth sailing.
Housing for people with disability: Let’s take action will be the eighth NDIS Symposium hosted by Griffith University on Monday 8th August, 2016.
It comes after overwhelming concern expressed over accessible housing at the previous symposium in February. Continue reading
Spinal Home Help has launched an ambitious project, to build a fully accessible accommodation house as close to the PA spinal unit as possible.
The rationale for the project is the difficulties already faced by families adjusting to a recent spinal injury, especially those from regional areas of Queensland.
Having an accessible house nearby the spinal unit is an important stepping stone during the early days of rehabilitation.
The Queensland government has announced a new community support service directory for all and any types of community services throughout Queensland.